2019 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 150 Sport

2019 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 150 Sport
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  • Vespa Sprint 150 Sport
  • Year:
    2019- 2020
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    single cylinder
  • Displacement:
    155 cc
  • Top Speed:
    70 mph (Est.)
  • Price:
    5749
  • Price:

It has upgraded lighting, better electronics, and infotainment options

Piaggio’s Vespa division beefed up its small-frame Vespino offerings with the MY2018 Sprint 150 Sport that serves as the top-shelf unit for the model family. The Sport line comes in its own distinctive color packages with a sticker package that further sets it apart from its siblings, but it’s the details that are less obvious at a glance that really makes the Sport special. Upgraded lighting and electronics boost safety and infotainment options as the icing on the cake.

 

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2020 Vespa Sprint 50 S

2020 Vespa Sprint 50 S

It has the new 4T3V engine, ABS, and a TFT display with connectivity through the Vespa Multimedia Platform.

Piaggio refreshed its Vespa Sprint 50 range for the 2018 model year and added an “S” version as its top-shelf offering within the family that carries over through 2020. This is Vespa’s sportiest line, and it’s made even more so by the new 4T3V powerplant and digital instrumentation package. Of course, that timeless Vespino look shines through all the modern touches to tie in with the factory’s long-running history and deliver an up-to-date riding experience.

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2019 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 150

2019 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 150

Agile and quick, the Sprint 150 is all about fresh style and youthful exuberance

Vespa’s Sprint line has always been distinguished by its modern design and youthful lines, and the newest versions of the colorful 150 cc Chrome Crest and decidedly-dark Notte models carry that appeal into 2020. Built for the younger buyer base with low-emission, high-mileage engine, and compact build, the small-frame Vespino are bestowed with modern electronics and technologies that increase rider safety. Those selling points should appeal both to the rider and the people who love them.

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2019 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 150 Sport

2019 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 150 Sport

It has upgraded lighting, better electronics, and infotainment options

Piaggio’s Vespa division beefed up its small-frame Vespino offerings with the MY2018 Sprint 150 Sport that serves as the top-shelf unit for the model family. The Sport line comes in its own distinctive color packages with a sticker package that further sets it apart from its siblings, but it’s the details that are less obvious at a glance that really makes the Sport special. Upgraded lighting and electronics boost safety and infotainment options as the icing on the cake.

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2018 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 50

2018 - 2020 Vespa Sprint 50

The new iGet engine has more power and smoother power delivery

Piaggio’s Vespa division renewed its classic Vespino design ahead of MY2018 with a new Sprint 50 Chrome Crest (CC) model and an accompanying blackout model, the Notte. The factory touts this smallest Vespa as a “green” model due to its stellar fuel economy, and a compact build makes its physical footprint as small as its carbon footprint. Timeless Italian style and a modern engine make these Vespinos ideal for students or commuters who are looking for a ride with class and taste with an eye toward environmental health.

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Vespa Showcases 2019 SE Models at Amerivespa

Vespa Showcases 2019 SE Models at Amerivespa

New Tech and New Color Themes Coming Our Way

Vespa unveiled the new special edition models of some of their most popular scooters last week at the annual Amerivespa rally held this year in Richmond, Virginia. These 2019 models are slated for release at U.S. dealers over the next few months.

Continue reading for more on the new Vespa SE models.

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2018 Vespa Sprint

2018 Vespa Sprint

Long-Running Player in the Vespino Line

Vespa refurbishes its venerable Sprint scooter family ahead of the 2018 model year in an effort to get even more mileage out of the name and adds an “S” model with some upgraded electronics. And why not? The Sprint has been around for half-a-century and more, and the factory made sure that the looks, however updated, pay proper homage to the original. Power comes from the “i-get” engines that produce 2.4 kW and 40 mph at the 50 cc break with 9.5 kW and 59 mph from the 150 cc mill. ABS makes a showing as well for a taste of the electronic wizardry and extra safety to meet the public’s growing expectation of same. As with all their products, the Powers That Be down at Piaggio/Vespa takes the little Vespino very seriously, so let’s dive in and see what else our Italian friends have in store for us.

Continue reading for my review of the Vespa Sprint.

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2016 - 2018 Vespa Sprint 150

2016 - 2018 Vespa Sprint 150

The Return of the "Vespino"

Harkening back to the time when sporty scooters were ridden by the young and beautiful, the Sprint and its "Sport Collection" sibling, the Sprint S, are a marriage of old world design and technology. I’m not going to say "vintage," but it’s more like the first really sexy update of the vintage designs we saw in the 1960s and maybe into the 1970s. Vespa touts this as the return of the "Vespino" — a sporty small-body scooter. With a maximum speed of 59 mph, you’re not heading on the highway with this little guy, but for spins around town, on the campus and local commutes, the Sprint is a sweet little ride.

Continue reading for my review of the Vespa Sprint 150.

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